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Reinforced concrete structure
Vaněčková, Adéla ; Čairović, Dorde (referee) ; Šulák, Pavel (advisor)
The aim of bachelors thesis is to design of the frame monolithic reiforced concrete frame construcition of a multistoried garage. Project designe sof a typice storey of construction. The supporting structure consist of a frame consisting of rungs, which are stored by beams and slab. Rungs are supported by columns. Reaction of the structure are transmitted to the foundation soil by footings. The design was made according to standard ČSN EN 1992 – 1 – 1. Structural analisis was modeled using Scia Engineer 20014 – Student vision. The results were validated by simplified manual method.
Implicit and Explicit Method in nonlinear Dynamics
Vaněčková, Adéla ; Hradil, Petr (referee) ; Němec, Ivan (advisor)
The final thesis „Explicit and Implicit methods in nonlinear dynamics“ deals with the issue of geometrical and physical nonlinear analysis of structures exposed to seismic loading by the methods of direct integration of equations of motion. Solution by the explicit and the implicit method is compared for three material models. While the differences between the results of the explicit method and the implicit Newmark method are small as expected, the differences are substantial between the results of different material models. However, these differences are explained and they are in full concordance with the theoretical assumptions for the pertinent material models. The conclusion of the final thesis is check of correctness of the results of the new module of the program system RFEM for both tested numerical methods and all three analyzed material models. (linear elastic, plastic Drucker-Prager and the Mazars damage model). With sufficient precision of results, both explicit and implicit numerical methods showed to be suitable for seismic analysis. The implicit method can provide several times faster calculation than the explicit one, but the determination of the optimal time step is problematic and time consuming, so the suitability of use of both methods for seismic analysis is comparable.
Pupil's hyperkinetic disorders from the teacher's point of view
Vaněčková, Adéla ; Kucharská, Anna (advisor) ; Švamberk Šauerová, Markéta (referee)
The presented bachelor thesis deals with the issue of educating a pupil with ADHD from the perspective of a teacher who has experience with teaching this pupil. At the same time, it focuses on the second stage of primary school, where, due to a pupil with ADHD, there is a risk that the teacher will have false expectations from him that are not in line with his disorder. For this reason, for the elaboration of this topic, emphasis is placed primarily on the perspective of the teacher, who is an important figure in the pupil's life, having a great influence not only on his school success. The aim of the work is to understand the relationship between teacher and student with ADHD and also to describe the phenomena that have a negative or positive effect on its building. To deepen the knowledge, the work is enriched by the perspective of school psychologists, who, among other things, contributed to the understanding of the issue of educating children, which differ. The theoretical part first mentions basic information about ADHD, including its diagnosis or etiology, but also additional information about the brain of people with ADHD or about the positive aspects of ADHD. The following chapter acquaints the reader with the aspects related to the education of a pupil with ADHD, such as the legislative...
Implicit and Explicit Method in nonlinear Dynamics
Vaněčková, Adéla ; Hradil, Petr (referee) ; Němec, Ivan (advisor)
The final thesis „Explicit and Implicit methods in nonlinear dynamics“ deals with the issue of geometrical and physical nonlinear analysis of structures exposed to seismic loading by the methods of direct integration of equations of motion. Solution by the explicit and the implicit method is compared for three material models. While the differences between the results of the explicit method and the implicit Newmark method are small as expected, the differences are substantial between the results of different material models. However, these differences are explained and they are in full concordance with the theoretical assumptions for the pertinent material models. The conclusion of the final thesis is check of correctness of the results of the new module of the program system RFEM for both tested numerical methods and all three analyzed material models. (linear elastic, plastic Drucker-Prager and the Mazars damage model). With sufficient precision of results, both explicit and implicit numerical methods showed to be suitable for seismic analysis. The implicit method can provide several times faster calculation than the explicit one, but the determination of the optimal time step is problematic and time consuming, so the suitability of use of both methods for seismic analysis is comparable.
Reinforced concrete structure
Vaněčková, Adéla ; Čairović, Dorde (referee) ; Šulák, Pavel (advisor)
The aim of bachelors thesis is to design of the frame monolithic reiforced concrete frame construcition of a multistoried garage. Project designe sof a typice storey of construction. The supporting structure consist of a frame consisting of rungs, which are stored by beams and slab. Rungs are supported by columns. Reaction of the structure are transmitted to the foundation soil by footings. The design was made according to standard ČSN EN 1992 – 1 – 1. Structural analisis was modeled using Scia Engineer 20014 – Student vision. The results were validated by simplified manual method.

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